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confide
used in A Thousand Acres

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Definition
to place trust (in someone) by talking about private things or telling secrets
  • Confiding in him might be hard, actually.
    p. 209.5
  • "Listen to this," said Jess, and he told about confiding to an American woman in a Vancouver saloon that he was evading the draft.
    p. 78.0
  • But that was a bad idea, confiding in someone.
    p. 119.4
  • After you've confided long enough in someone, he or she assumes the antagonism you might have just been trying out.
    p. 119.5
  • I thought at once of Linda and Pammy, the way they sometimes confided in me instead of in their mother, the way I liked to give them things, or take them places that Rose wouldn't have approved of if she'd known.
    p. 151.2
  • Harold leaned toward me and confided, "I gotta say, Ginny, that everything about that boy gets me these days.
    p. 159.4

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